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JACOB DIAMOND

Image ID: 6452013

Caption : The world's sixth largest Jacob DIAMOND, worth about Rs. 400 crore is believed to have been found as a rough stone in an African mine was brought over by a syndicate in Amsterdam where it was cut in a style that prevailed about 100 years ago. It was brought to India by one dealer, Alexander Malcon Jacob, a mysterious figure and confidant of IndIAN Maharajas reported to have been born in Italy as a Roman Catholic whose full name appears as Ali Mohammed Yacob, immortalised in Kipling's novel, kim as Lurgan Sahib of the British Secret Service. He sold the DIAMOND to the Sixth Nizam Mehboob Ali Pasha in 1891. Photo: Mohammed Yousuf 01/01/2006

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Photographer :Mohammed yousuf
Category:
Economy Business and Finance
Sub-Category: CONSUMER GOODS
Credit: THE HINDU

Creation Date: 2006-01-01
Image Size: 2000 x 3004 pixels
File Size: 1 MB

City : HYDERABAD
State : ANDHRA PRADESH
Country :INDIA

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DIAMOND , JEWELLEREY , JACOB DIAMOND , DISPLAY , SALAR JANG MUSEUM , HYDERABAD

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